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19 Bullet Point Shortcuts in Excel That'll Make Your Life Easier

If you're anything like me, you're always on the lookout for ways to make your life easier. And what could be more important than making your Excel life easier?

Excel is one of the most powerful tools out there, but it can also be one of the most frustrating. That's why I've put together this list of 19 bullet point shortcuts in Excel that'll make your life easier.

1. Ctrl + Shift + Enter � This shortcut will enter the current date in the selected cell. If you want to enter the current time, just add a space after the date before pressing Enter.

2. Ctrl + ; � This shortcut will enter the current time in the selected cell.

3. Ctrl + Shift + ; � This shortcut will enter the current date and time in the selected cell.

4. Ctrl + ' � This shortcut will copy the value from the cell above the selected cell.

5. Ctrl + " � This shortcut will copy the value from the cell to the left of the selected cell.

6. Ctrl + / � This shortcut will select the entire column of the selected cell.

7. Ctrl + Shift + / � This shortcut will select the entire row of the selected cell.

8. Ctrl + A � This shortcut will select the entire worksheet.

9. Ctrl + B � This shortcut will bold the selected cells.

10. Ctrl + I � This shortcut will italicize the selected cells.

11. Ctrl + U � This shortcut will underline the selected cells.

12. Ctrl + 5 � This shortcut will strike through the selected cells.

13. Ctrl + F � This shortcut will open the Find and Replace dialog box.

14. Ctrl + H � This shortcut will open the Find and Replace dialog box with the Replace tab selected.

15. Ctrl + G � This shortcut will open the Go To dialog box.

16. Ctrl + P � This shortcut will open the Print dialog box.

17. Ctrl + S � This shortcut will save the current workbook.

18. Ctrl + Shift + S � This shortcut will save the current workbook as a new file.

19. Ctrl + W � This shortcut will close the current workbook.

I hope you find these shortcuts helpful. If you have any other shortcuts that you use to make your Excel life easier, please share them in the comments.

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